The Gran Sabana is a vast area comprising rolling plains, dense jungle, roaring waterfalls and the oddest geological formations you will find anywhere. Surviving in this beautiful but unforgiving territory are the indigenous Pemon Indians. Many live in traditional extended family villages abiding by local customs and connected to a series of tribes extending to Guyana and Northern Brazil. The Pemon are skilled artisans harnessing every locally available resource to support their existence. During your time in this area you will have the opportunity to learn more about these peoples and understand the symbiotic relationship we all have with mother nature!
Hang out in the town of Santa Elena - a stone's throw from Brazil and 'base camp' for expeditions to Mount Roraima. This is a real 'frontier town'!
Consider a heli overflight of Angel Falls or Mount Roraima and enjoy a birds eye view of one of God's own creations!
The Gran Sabana has some of the strangest geological formations you will find... anywhere on earth!
Confront your fears... literally on the edge of the border between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana (known as 'Triple Point')